Articles of Interest.

Announcements
Perception Health Partners with Innovaccer to Power Smart Referral Management with Predictive Analytics
"Our mission is to curate and connect the world's healthcare information to make it accessible and useful by ingesting, aggregating, and normalizing the data to generate unified patient records and actionable insights," said Abhinav Shashank, CEO at Innovaccer. "With Perception Health, we will use predictive analytics and data intelligence platforms to improve clinical, financial, and operational outcomes. This partnership supports our mission to build the future of health."
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Whitepaper
VOCAL Algorithm Delivers Data Driven Unique Insights for Provider Comparisons
The inherent flaws within current provider comparisons often stem from a lack of objectivity, contextualization, or a breadth of comparable dimensions and the oversight of applying weighting options to account for unique circumstances.Through the use of percentiles and comparisons within the confines of consistent but specific specialties and disease states, Perception Health can provide data-backed views across five important dimensions to expand a customer's view of current provider comparisons. These dimensions include Volume, Outcomes, Charges, Access, and Loyalty otherwise referred to as Perception Health’s Physician VOCAL scores.
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Article
Identify potential lung cancer patients before their diagnosis
Data scientists at Perception Health estimate that more than 28 million Americans have risk factors and symptoms that could lead to lung cancer.
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Article
Tens of millions of Americans may have AFIB and not know it
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimate that 2.7 to 6.1 million Americans are currently diagnosed with AFib, a number that will surely grow as America’s population ages. AFib is more likely to strike patients 65 years and older. These numbers coincide with a recent study by data scientists at Perception Health. In this study, when looking at de-identified medical claims of 10,000 patients with commercial insurance, the analysis revealed that 1.72% of those patients had a diagnosis of AFib. Extrapolating this percentage to the U.S. population of 327 million people, the data scientists projected 5.6 million Americans with AFib.
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Announcements
Perception Health Partners with Innovaccer to Power Smart Referral Management with Predictive Analytics
"Our mission is to curate and connect the world's healthcare information to make it accessible and useful by ingesting, aggregating, and normalizing the data to generate unified patient records and actionable insights," said Abhinav Shashank, CEO at Innovaccer. "With Perception Health, we will use predictive analytics and data intelligence platforms to improve clinical, financial, and operational outcomes. This partnership supports our mission to build the future of health."
Read more
Whitepaper
VOCAL Algorithm Delivers Data Driven Unique Insights for Provider Comparisons
The inherent flaws within current provider comparisons often stem from a lack of objectivity, contextualization, or a breadth of comparable dimensions and the oversight of applying weighting options to account for unique circumstances.Through the use of percentiles and comparisons within the confines of consistent but specific specialties and disease states, Perception Health can provide data-backed views across five important dimensions to expand a customer's view of current provider comparisons. These dimensions include Volume, Outcomes, Charges, Access, and Loyalty otherwise referred to as Perception Health’s Physician VOCAL scores.
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Article
Identify potential lung cancer patients before their diagnosis
Data scientists at Perception Health estimate that more than 28 million Americans have risk factors and symptoms that could lead to lung cancer.
Read more
Article
Tens of millions of Americans may have AFIB and not know it
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimate that 2.7 to 6.1 million Americans are currently diagnosed with AFib, a number that will surely grow as America’s population ages. AFib is more likely to strike patients 65 years and older. These numbers coincide with a recent study by data scientists at Perception Health. In this study, when looking at de-identified medical claims of 10,000 patients with commercial insurance, the analysis revealed that 1.72% of those patients had a diagnosis of AFib. Extrapolating this percentage to the U.S. population of 327 million people, the data scientists projected 5.6 million Americans with AFib.
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